The second mass of registration drive begins as it will run for 21days. The exercise is expected to register about 4.5 million new voters ahead of the August 2022 elections.
However, with the IEBC expressing optimism that they will meet the target the commission, says it will wait for the court's decision on the 24th of January pending the commission's directive to all civil servants seeking public office requiring them to quit six months before the election.
It is just about six months to the general august 9 2022 elections and as the IEBC prepares to undertake the second phase of mass voter registration.
It expects to register at least 4.5 million new voters in the second and final phase of the process in the run-up to the 2022 elections.
The IEBC hopes to reach at least 25 million Kenyans the people who want to transfer their place to their polling stationary allowed to do it.
IEBC has also announced that all government employees seeking public office are required to resign six months before the polls with the majority of those in president Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet on the line.
This comes as the commission is embroiled in a legal battle over its directive if a case is in court we'll wait and we'll abide by it.
So far the diaspora vote is projected to grow this year with people voting from the united kingdom, the united states south Sudan, the United Arab emirates Germany, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda Tanzania, and South Africa for the diaspora.
You need a valid Kenyan passport so that when you come to the offices you will be able to be registered together they'll take your biographic data and their biometric letters.
On April 9th all parties are required to submit the names of their preferred candidates to the commission Helen aura and tv
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